For centuries, in villages throughout the Mediterranean world, people brought their dough and other foods to public ovens, also called district ovens. For a small fee the baker would cook the food, saving scarce heat and fuel for all: a kind of culinary carpool. District ovens became gathering places, and led to the easy mixing of people, conversations, and ideas - in a word, relationships. We invite you to gather around our hearth. Here you can find delicious, authentic, innovative dishes that invite you to share, linger, and savour--meals to nourish your body and your soul: meals that celebrate good food and the people you're sharing your meal with.